A report by CII (Confederation of Indian Industry) and Anarock titled, “Indian Real Estate Vision 2025” said that the COVID-19 pandemic combined with lower real estate prices and a depreciating rupee has attracted a lot of attention from NRIs (non-resident Indians).

“The pandemic has increased NRIs emotional association of longterm security with physical assets,” said Prashant Thakur, Director & Head (Research), Anarock. “They are also driven by the uncertainties posed by Covid-19. Majority of NRIs are buying for end use, not as investments,” he said.

NRIs are going in for larger, luxury homes, like 3BHK and 4BHK homes. The price tags for these homes are between Rs 90 lakh-Rs 2.5 crores. The report said, “3BHKs and 4BHKs are on top of their wish list. Out of the total 24% respondents who had already booked property recently, 38% were NRIs.”

State government initiatives like reduction in stamp duty by Maharashtra and reduction in premiums by 50%, and developer offers plus the extension of RERA deadline as part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat package, have all helped NRIs take decisions to buy property in India.

The depreciating Indian rupee has been one of the most important factors that have drawn NRIs to India. Realty players are also upping their game showing off their properties virtually that has made it easier for NRIs to make purchase decisions.

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The Haryana Government on Tuesday decided to rename Gurgaon as Gurugram and its neighbouing district Mewat as Nuh. ... The town derived its name from Guru Dronacharya; the village was given as “gurudakshina” to him by his students, the Pandavas, and hence it came to be known as Gurugram. as on Apr 12, 2016